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Sample Assessment MFL

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) has released examples of assessment items and audio files for the Junior Cycle Modern Foreign Language (French and German) classrooms. Spanish and Italian assessment items are coming very soon.

The sample material presented has been prepared to support teacher professional development. It offers a broad indication of types and formats of assessment items that might be used to assess the learning outcomes in the Junior Cycle MFL specification at a common level, but it is not a complete set of the types and formats that may be used. The items included should be read as examples of individual pieces of assessment material; they do not constitute full or partial examination papers. They are not full or partial questions from an examination paper, neither do they attempt to replicate how the examination paper might be laid out, for example, as an integrated booklet that includes the questions and the space for the student’s responses.

The State Examination Commission also produce sample questions and sample papers. Sample SEC papers will be provided during the term running September – December 2019, in advance of the first examination of the new Junior Cycle specification in June 2020.




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